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Feds spend hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars creating a video game about clean water

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The National Institute of Health has spent nearly $225,000 on a computer game that aims to teach children about clean water.

Meadowlark Science and Education, a Montana-based company that designs science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) educational games, received a grant from NIH to design a computer game that will help fifth- and sixth-grade children battle politicians on the importance of clean water in a fictional town, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

 The NIH grant, which began in July and is slated to run through 2018, aims to engage the children in STEM-related activities while also increasing awareness of the importance of clean water in human health, according to the grant report. – READ MORE
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